CyHi The Prynce shares some details on "Cruel Winter," talks creative process and more.
CyHi The Prynce finally released his long-awaited GOOD Music debut No Dope On Sundays, and early impressions are sounding positive. Now, why not treat yourself to a little more from our in-depth interview with CyHi, in which he talks his creative process, No Dope On Sundays, and even the upcoming Cruel Winter project, which may or may not be contingent on something in your control.
If you're a fan of CyHi's work, and his lyricism in particular, you might appreciate this interesting insight into his album-crafting process. "My biggest advantage is my concepts," says CyHi. "I'm not a type of guy who just throws on the beat and say the first thing that come into my head. We say okay, what do we want this album or this project to be about? What are we going to do to make it intriguing or different or catchy?" After the lyrics and concepts are all sorted out, CyHi takes the tracks home and sets on deciding the most effective instrumental direction.
He also teases Cruel Winter around the 5:20 mark, and promises that it's next up after No Dope. "That's something we still have in the works," says CyHi. "I tell all my fans, go get this CyHi album and you will have Cruel Winter." Check out the whole video for even more from CyHi's role in GOOD Music, 50 Cent vs. Kanye West, and more.